Martin Bee

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Adjunct Junior Fellow

Expertise: International Energy Issues, Next-Generation Energy, American Competitiveness

Martin Bee holds a B.A. from Texas Christian University and is currently an M.A. candidate at the Elliott School of International Affairs. He is a dual French-American citizen and has spent most of his youth living abroad in Nigeria and Indonesia. Martin specializes in energy security, international energy issues, and next-generation energy policy.

He hopes to one day pursue a career in either next-generation energy policy or in energy law.


Twitter: @MartinBee 


A selection of Martin’s work:

Reports and Fact Sheets

Science and America’s National Security

American Competitiveness Report – An Issue of National Security

Critical Energy Choices for the Next Administration (Contributed to)

ASP’s Blog

The Cost of Inaction

Dissecting the American Oil Boom

Governor Christine Todd Whitman on Hurricane Sandy

America, Germany, and the Race to Reduce CO2 Emissions

Wake up call from the Arctic

Dealing with America’s nuclear waste: a promising new patent

 ASP Launch Event: American Competitiveness Report – An Issue of National Security